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July 08, 2013 06:27 PM PDT

Breakfast Club, Episode 4: "The Politicians Have Lost Us: Art, Apathy and Hope."

Next Wave’s BREAKFAST CLUB is your early morning shot of artistic and intellectual insight and for the first time ever it’s available as a Podcast series! Tackling big issues from new perspectives you'll hear provocations and insights from Australian artists, writers and creative thinkers.

The events in Australia and internationally on Wednesday 27 June demonstrated just how much of circus contemporary politics has become. What next for democracy? What role do artists play in making social change – or just making sense of it all? Join us as we unwind and try to understand our contemporary political landscape, and its effect on creativity, culture and our city’s artists.
Guest speakers: Kickstart artists Brienna Macnish and Georgie Mattingley along with political commentator Ben Eltham.

Recorded live at Melbourne's The Wheeler Centre as part of Next Wave's Breakfast Club series. For more information on Breakfast Club visit nextwave.org.au

June 27, 2013 12:28 AM PDT

Breakfast Club, Episode 3: "A Calmer Debate: Is That What Feminism Needs?"

Next Wave’s BREAKFAST CLUB is your early morning shot of artistic and intellectual insight and for the first time ever it’s available as a Podcast series! Tackling big issues from new perspectives you'll hear provocations and insights from Australian artists, writers and creative thinkers.

The theme for this week's Breakfast Club Podcast is feminism. Do we need a calmer debate to achieve better results? We ask our guest speakers indigenous author Dylan Coleman, comedian and actor Ben McKenzie and theatre maker Zoe Dawson this question. Listen as they share their personal stories, struggles and questions on this topic. As usual with Breakfast Club, the conversation drifts into unexpected places covering everything from black feminism to the treatment of women in gaming culture.

Recorded live at Melbourne's The Wheeler Centre as part of Next Wave's Breakfast Club series. For more information on Breakfast Club visit nextwave.org.au

June 20, 2013 10:58 PM PDT

Breakfast Club, Episode 2: Nature Over Nurture

Next Wave’s BREAKFAST CLUB is your early morning shot of artistic and intellectual insight and for the first time ever it’s available as a Podcast series! Tackling big issues from new perspectives you'll hear provocations and insights from Australian artists, writers and creative thinkers.

The theme for this week's Breakfast Club Podcast is Nature Over Nuture? How does your family shape your relationship to art? Our guest speakers Phuong Ngo, Steaphan Paton and Jo Case share personal stories, struggles and questions. As usual with Breakfast Club, the conversation drifts into unexpected places covering everything from the politics of cultural appropriation to the universality of migrant stories in Australia.

Recorded live at Melbourne's The Wheeler Centre as part of Next Wave's Breakfast Club series. For more information on Breakfast Club visit nextwave.org.au

June 16, 2013 07:08 PM PDT

BREAKFAST CLUB, EPISODE 1: How does the shifting media landscape affect what we imagine?

Next Wave’s BREAKFAST CLUB is your early morning shot of artistic and intellectual insight and for the first time ever it’s available as a Podcast series! Tackling big issues from new perspectives you'll hear provocations and insights from Australian artists, writers and creative thinkers.

Guest speakers at this week's BREAKFAST CLUB PODCAST include Next Wave artist Giselle Stanborough, writer Matt Blackwood and radio producer/presenter Jessica Alice. Next Wave Artistic Director, Emily Sexton, takes a look at the constantly changing media landscape and the way it affects creativity and our perception of the world.

Recorded live at Melbourne's The Wheeler Centre as part of Next Wave's BREAKFAST CLUB series. For more information on BREAKFAST CLUB visit nextwave.org.au

June 06, 2013 05:49 PM PDT

Next Wave’s BREAKFAST CLUB is your early morning shot of artistic and intellectual insight and for the first time ever it’s available as a Podcast series! Over the next four weeks we’ll be tackling big issues from new perspectives. Feminism, family, the shifting media landscape and imaginary worlds – explored through a series of provocations from Australian artists, writers and creative thinkers. Tune in here from Thursday 13 June for big opinions, good discussion and juicy stories.

For more information on Breakfast Club visit nextwave.org.au.

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